MakerBot Cupcake (Dual Color)

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MakerBot Cupcake (Dual Color) by MakerBot Feb 1, 2012

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This is one of the original dualstrusion files for the experimental dual MK7, modified from Belakor's design by MakerBot intern Will Langford.


Use the dualstrusion menu to load and slice each STL however you like, and let it rip!
Note: The STLs have an alignment guide baked in, so if you would like to slice at a layer height less than 0.2mm, you will need to regenerate the STLs from Solidworks.

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How much does the material cost in a part that size?

This cupcake is much smaller than the standard for delicious cakes, measuring just under 38mm tall (1.5inches).

It would probably cost ~$1 for the plastic, and uses about 15 grams of material, though this statistic was generated by a tool I do not fully trust (predicting from GCode, not printed part weight).

Very nice. A well needed derivative.

Rockhold got cupcakes